I overlooked it on the Alliant bushing chart, it's there and here it is:I'm dropping 19 grs of Reddot with a .462 and 20.5 grs of Am. Select with the same bushing. My 9000 uses a #33 for the same. A #32 gives me a little over 18 of Clay Dot on the 9000 but a I've never loaded it on my 366. I would guess many sizes lower than .462 for 17 of Clay Dot.
I don't know why you would say that. American Select is more dense than both Red Dot and Clay Dot. The Alliant bushing chart says a 468 will drop 21 grs. of American Select. To get 17 grs. of Am. Select, you have to to down to a 423. I don't know what Am. Select has to do with it.Clay Dot:
Gr. Bushing #
I wouldn't waste my time with these numbers. A .468 was dropping over 21 of American Select.
No, I said the 480 would drop 17 grains of Clay Dot, inferring it was the same size as the MEC 32.DaJ
Just tried a .450 and it was dropping 17 on the money.
Nebs your .480 was dropping 20 gr. LOL. Love your thought process.
The .462 drops 18.5 of ClayDot. .5 grs less than my 19 gr RedDot drop.
It's not close to Red Dot
The .462 drops 18.5 of ClayDot. .5 grs less than my 19 gr RedDot drop.[/QUOTE